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April 26th, 2022 · 5 min read

5 steps to a winning employee experience strategy

What is employee experience?

  • Company culture
  • Technology and workplace infrastructure
  • Day-to-day tasks and role fulfillment
  • Benefits and compensation
  • Management and leadership

How to develop an impactful employee experience strategy


  • Using recruitment software that’s user-friendly and easy to navigate
  • Making job postings detailed and clear
  • Clearly outlining the interview process for the candidate, letting them know how many to expect, who’ll they’ll be interviewing with and how long the process is expected to take 
  • Designing your interview approach in a way that reflects the company culture


  • In-depth training and orientation delivered via easily accessible learning methods
  • Regular check-ins between the new employee and their manager to assess progress at the 30-60-90 day marks 
  • Clearly established channels for new employees to ask questions — and a culture that encourages dialogue among managers and colleagues
  • Conversations with new hires about career goals and professional development opportunities, teeing them up for growth and success from week one.


  • Take a personalized approach to learning and development (L&D) that supports individual employee upskilling and reskilling needs across teams and job functions
  • Offer flexible, technology-based learning options that allow employees to take courses and access learning materials at their own convenience  
  • Invest in a strategic workforce education program with curated learning options that address your employees’ most pressing skills needs 
  • Train managers to foster the development of team members by motivating them to grow and guiding them in taking the next step in their careers  
  • Provide access to networking events and/or internal mentorship programs that encourage employees to build relationships

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  • Provide ongoing employee education and skill building opportunities to equip team members with relevant and modern skills and competencies 
  • Update technology and other office infrastructure to support the latest industry standards and enhance the work environment
  • Invite and listen to employee feedback, implementing changes when it’s feasible and communicating those changes to show employees that you're taking their feedback seriously
  • Promote a working environment that is diverse, welcoming, equitable and inclusive

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Why prioritizing EX matters

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